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February 29, 2020


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Kaye De Petro

Oh my goodness, so many gorgeous projects! You have been a whiz with the needle this month!


You've stitched a multitude of beautiful projects this month! I can't imagine counting individual stitches. Do you have any tips that make it easier than I'm imagining?

Amy Davidson

Congratulations on all the progress you made this month. Beautiful projects.

You are very brave to start a meetup. I'm glad to hear that it has been so successful. The closest stitching Meetup is an hour away so you're inspiring me to get something started closer to home.

I look forward to seeing your March projects. xx

Joanne P

Wonderful work this month. I love the Rainbow Fairy, so many pretty colours.
The Toy Story looks fun, the figures are recognisable already even without the backstitch.
Fantasy Tryptych and the Blackwork are gorgeous too.

Leonore Winterer

Wow, that's a lot of progress for a short month! So many wonderfull projects, and even two small finishes; you've been very successfull. I'd love to have a local stitching meet up, but sadly, I don't even know one stitcher that lives nearby.
I think it would be nice to see that lighthouse come out to play :) You say it's not too much left to do, so maybe get it out of UFO-jail and finished this year?


For a shortened month, you made excellent progress on everything, it must have been that extra day!
When will know more about Stitchfest for this year? Is it still going to be at the new place that was talked about?

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